William B. Quandt Peace Process American Diplomacy and the Arab-Israeli Conflict Since 1967 2005

William B. Quandt Peace Process American Diplomacy and the Arab-Israeli Conflict Since 1967 2005

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PEACE PROCESS
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PEACE PROCESS third edition american diplomacy and the arab-israeli conflict since 1967 William B. Quandt brookings institution press Washington, D.C. university of california press Berkeley and Los Angeles
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Copyright © 2005 the brookings institution 1775 Massachusetts Avenue, N.W., Washington, DC 20036 and university of california press 2120 Berkeley Way, Berkeley, California 94720 All rights reserved The Library of Congress has cataloged the previous edition as follows: Quandt, William B. Peace process : American diplomacy and the Arab-Israeli conflict since 1967 / William B. Quandt. — Rev. ed. p. cm. Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN 0-520-22374-8 (cloth : alk. paper) — ISBN 0-520-22515-5 (pbk. : alk. paper) 1. Arab-Israeli conflict—1967–1973. 2. Arab-Israeli conflict—1973–1993. 3. Arab-Israeli conflict—1993—Peace. 4. Middle East—Foreign relations—United States. 5. United States—Foreign relations—Middle East. 6. United States—Foreign relations—20th century. I. Title. DS119.7 .Q69 2001 00-012148 327.73056—dc21 CIP ISBN-13: 978-0-520-24631-7 (pbk. : alk. paper) ISBN-10: 0-520-24631-4 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 The paper used in this publication meets minimum requirements of the American National Standard for Information Sciences—Permanence of Paper for Printed Library Materials: ANSI Z39.48-1992. Typeset in Sabon Composition by Cynthia Stock Silver Spring, Maryland Printed by R. R. Donnelley Harrisonburg, Virginia
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To my mother— who encouraged me to learn about the world
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Preface to the Third Edition ix 1 Introduction 1 part one: The Johnson Presidency 2 Yellow Light: Johnson and the Crisis of May–June 1967 23 part two: The Nixon and Ford Presidencies 3 Cross-Purposes: Nixon, Rogers, and Kissinger, 1969–72 55 4 Kissinger’s Diplomacy: Stalemate and War, 1972–73 98 5 Step by Step: Kissinger and the Disengagement Agreements, 1974–76 130 part three: The Carter Presidency 6 Ambition and Realism: Carter and Camp David, 1977–78 177 7 Forging Egyptian-Israeli Peace 205 Contents vii
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part four: The Reagan and Bush Presidencies 8 Cold War Revival: Who’s in Charge? 245 9 Back to Basics: Shultz Tries Again 269 10 Getting to the Table: Bush and Baker, 1989–92 290 part five: The Clinton Presidency 11 Clinton the Facilitator 321 12 Clinton’s Finale: Distractions, Hesitation, and Frustration 342 part six: The Second Bush Presidency 13 “With Us or Against Us”: The Warrior President in His First Term 385 part seven: Conclusion 14 Challenges Facing Future Administrations 415 Notes 429 Bibliography 509 Index 517 viii contents
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S ince the publication of the second edition of Peace Process in 2001, much has happened in the Middle East—and in American policy toward the region. In part this was result of the dra- matic failure of peace efforts at the very end of Bill Clinton’s presidency.
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